Microsoft announced Windows 11 yesterday with a controversial requirement for all computers running the upcoming operating system to have a TPM. Why did it do this and what are the implications?
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I am a Security Architecture consultant working for North American enterprises mainly located in Toronto and the southern US, concentrating on Finance, Education and Health sectors. I live in Canada's capital, Ottawa and work remotely from home.
I have been building computers since I was 12 years old, from 286s on, and am an active system builder / overclocker. My favorite GPU company is, and always will be, 3dfx (no capitals) and my favorite video card ever was the Voodoo5500. Even after DX8 launched and you needed community built drivers for it.
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